David Littlerpoud MP David Littlerpoud

Funding for the Electorate of Maranoa

Since 2016, more than $5.5 billion has been invested in projects that build up our infrastructure, businesses and communities, across 17 Local Government Areas that make up the federal electorate of Maranoa.

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BALONNE SHIRE

2020

  • $5,000 – 2020 NAIDOC Week Grants – St. George Aboriginal Housing Company Limited – St George Community NAIDOC Celebrations 2020 – St George – Balonne – November 3, 2020
  • $667,460 – Heavy Vehicle Safety Productivity Program – Round 7 – Balonne Shire Council – Safer Road Grows Regional Economy-Hebel Goodooga Road – Balonne – September 29, 2020
  • $70,000 – Community Development Grants Programme – Balonne Shire Council – Dirranbandi Showgrounds Revitalisation project – Balonne – September 15, 2020
  • $5627 – Round 20 of the National Shed Development programme – Alpha Men’s Shed – First aid training, mediswags, shed improvements, tools and equipment, – Alpha – Barcaldine – July 22, 2020
  • $157,505 – August 2020 Payment – Roads to Recovery Program – Barcaldine Regional Council – Barcaldine – August 27, 2020
  • $654,807 – Regional and Remote Communities Reliability Fund Microgrids program – Joint Round 1 – Queensland Farmers’ Federation (QFF) – Joint program: Irrigators in St George & Stanthorpe may benefit from more secure, affordable and reliable energy through this investment to support feasibility studies into microgrids – June 10, 2020
  • $5,000,000 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Balonne Shire Council – Create the St George Library Hub Precinct and revitalise nearby greenspace and a courtyard. An existing Cultural Centre will be refurbished to add an Art Gallery and Annexe – June 1, 2020
  • $1,141,450 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Balonne Shire Council – May 22, 2020
  • $50,000 – Small Farms Smart Grants – Dalby, Goondiwindi and St George cotton farmers to invest funding into sustainability practices – May 25, 2020
  • $60,000 – TTTT Round 16 – Mungindi Community Preschool – Support for program costs to stay open – May 21, 2020
  • $3200 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grants – Paying fuel costs for Meals on Wheels ($2200), St Vincent de Paul ($1000)
  • $16,000 – TTTT Round 16 – Thallon Progress Association to install a permanent shade structure over William the Wombat playground – May 21, 2020
  • $550 – R4 Local Sporting Champions – 1 athlete – May 18, 2020
  • $3 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Balonne
  • $4.8 million – Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) – Carnarvon Highway, St George to Surat Feeder road, intersection upgrade of Carnarvon H’way/Salmon road Junction – Balonne – April 28, 2020
  • $3.4 million – Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) – Carnarvon Highway, Mungindi to St George Feeder road, intersection upgrade of Castlereagh Highway junction – Balonne
  • $1.6 million – Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) – Balonne Highway, St George to Cunnamulla feeder road, St George heavy vehicle breakdown pad – Balonne

Pre-2020

  • $10.86 million – Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $8.25 million- Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program – Carnarvon Hwy
  • $6.3 million – Roads to Recovery Program (delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $2.5 million – Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $200,000 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
  • $334,768 – Building Better Regions Fund –St George Gold Club, STEPS Group Australia & Balonne Events Strategy
  • $53,550 – Safer Communities Fund- Installation of CCTV in Balonne Shire
  • $50,000 – Fostering Integration Grants- Balonne Shire Council
  • $27,134 – Regional and Small Publishers Cadetships Program – Balonne Beacon
  • $23,522 – National Landcare Program
  • $20,000 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program – Bollon
  • $20,000 – Regional Arts Fund – Thallon Silo Murals ***
  • $16,000 – Stronger Communities Programme – Care Balonne, Balonne Shire Council
  • $6,322 – Saluting their Service Commemorative Grant – Thallon Community and
    Balonne Shire Council
  • $3,000 – National Shed Development Programme – St George Men’s Shed
  • $2,700 – NAIDOC Grants
  • $500,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Goondir Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corp for Health Services – Dirranbandi/St George – Refurbish RSL for Indigenous community hall. – March 2019
  • $82,500 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Balonne Shire Council – Dirranbandi Rural Transaction Centre Hub E technology upgrade – March 2019
  • $500,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – South West Indigenous Corp – St George – Indigenous Language and Culture project – building a recording studio at Harmony Centre – March 2019
  • $875,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Dirranbandi Hot Springs – Construction of thermal baths.
  • $70,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Balonne Shire Council – Dirranbandi Showgrounds irrigation upgrade and build two new cabins
  • $5,000,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Balonne Shire Council -program to build wild dog exclusion fencing
  • $1,000,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Balonne Shire Council – Dirranbandi and St George Digital connectivity program stage 3 and 4
  • $499,100 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Dirranbandi and St George – Building Business through coaching project.
  • $492,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Balonne Shire Council – Dirranbandi Business Revitalisation and Shopfront beautification – March, 2019
  • $40,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects Weribone Jack Family descendants Aboriginal Corporation – St George – WJC Cultural learning ground – upgrade campsite facilities, March 2019
  • $12,915 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Dirranbandi Landcare Group Inc – series of landscape information boards
  • $95,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Care Balonne Assn Inc – Dirranbandi and St George – Business marketing workshops, March 2019
  • $450,000 – Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS) – South West Indigenous Corporation, St George, for indigenous language and cultural tourism activities. April
  • $3.64 Million – Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program – Carnarvon Highway widening, June 2019
  • $19,900 – Tackling Tough Times Together (TTTT) Balonne Shire Council – Restoration of the Nindigully Boomerang- Nindigully – Balonne (S)- July, 2019
  • $60,000 – TTTT – Dirranbandi Progress Assoc – Dirranbandi business precinct christmas beautification project – Dirranbandi – Balonne (S) – July 2019
  • $65,000 – Community Child Care Fund – NCC Early Learners St George – Sustainability Support Funding – St George – Balonne.- August 2, 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $10,000 – Communities Environment Program – St George Lions Club Inc – purchase of caged trailer and trailer signage to facilitate resident participation in waste diversion – St George
  • $1.1 Million – Roads to Recovery program – Dec 2019
  • $8000 – NDIS Boosting the Local Care Workforce Program – Transition Assistance Funding (TAF) – Indigicare Connect Pty Ltd St George – Balonne – January 2020
  • $3 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Balonne

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BARCALDINE SHIRE

2020

  • $1,291,666 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Barcaldine Shire Council – May 22, 2020
  • $20,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together Round 16 – Alpha Amateur Swimming Club – Run an 8 week swimming program – May 21, 2020
  • $55,000 – Round 6 extension – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program (RAUP) – Barcaldine Regional Council – Reseal Aramac airstrip – May 6, 2020
  • $34.4 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Barcaldine (Correct as at March 16, 2020)

Pre-2020

  • $22.8 million – Industry Regional Australia Renewables – Barcaldine Remote Community Solar Farm
  • $14.46 million -Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $6.97 million – Northern Australia Beef Roads Program – Clermont-Alpha Road
  • $6 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committeduntil 2023/24)
  • $2.66 million – Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $1.8 million – Building Better Regions Fund – Barcaldine Aged Care Residential Village upgrades
  • $1.38 million- Indigenous Languages and Arts Program – Central West Aboriginal Corporation
  • $543,035 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program – Alpha, Barcaldine and Muttaburra
  • $120,000 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
  • $70,000 – Road Blackspot Program
  • $19,950 – Building Better Regions Fund – Outback Creative
  • $17,620 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Alpha Show 2019
  • $9,300 – National Shed Development Programme – Alpha & Jericho Men’s Shed’s
  • $9,000 -Stronger Communities Programme – Barcaldine Golf Club
  • $2,700 – NAIDOC Grants
  • $2500 – Regional Arts Fund – Central West Aboriginal Corporation – Eco Dying with Silks – Regional Remote Tour – Barcaldine – October 2017
  • $4895 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Alpha Dist Tourism and Devt Assn Inc – Alpha – Shelving for Museum.
  • Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Westech Field Days – Barcaldine Showgrounds – Barcaldine – $5310 – November, 2019
  • $1.2 Million – Roads to Recovery Program – Dec 2019
  • $20,000 – Local Schools Community Fund – Muttaburra State School – Interactive TV and conference facilities – Dec 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $34.4 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Barcaldine (Correct as at March 16, 2020)

BARCOO SHIRE

2020

  • $382,112.52 – Water and Sewerage – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstance package Cat C and D Funding – Barcoo Shire Council  – McPhellamy’s Creek Crossing, Cooper Creek, Windorah – July 6
  • $227,446.34 – Betterment Program – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstance package – Barcoo Shire Council – Jundah Winton road floodway and stabilisation works – July 6, 2020
  • $140,549.32 – Betterment Program – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstance package – Barcoo Shire Council – Jundah Winton road floodway – July 6, 2020
  • $112,487 – August 2020 Payment – Roads to Recovery Program – Barcoo Shire Council – Barcoo – August 27, 2020
  • $408,954 – Regional and Remote Communities Reliability Fund Microgrids – Joint Round 1 – Ergon Energy Isolated Systems Diesel Off Microgrid Feasibility Study- assess opportunities to enable communities in Windorah & Birdsville to reduce their dependence on diesel generation – June 10, 2020
  • $41,250 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Windorah Rodeo Club – Expand back yards of the Windorah Rodeo Club – June 1, 2020
  • $710,542 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Barcoo Shire Council
  • $4130 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Leading in the Central West – Training volunteers in Windorah
  • $25.1 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Barcoo

Pre-2020

  • $7.52 million – Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $3.7 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $1.65 million -Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $325,000 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program- Stonehenge
  • $45,000 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
  • $15,215 -Stronger Communities Programme -Stonehenge Campdraft and Rodeo
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $710,000 – Roads to Recovery program (drought) Dec 2019
  • $5000 – Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Barcoo Shire Council – fit out the QFES complex at Windorah with shade structures, outdoor lighting and tables and chairs – Windorah – Dec 2019
  • $25.1 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Barcoo

BLACKALL-TAMBO REGION

2020

  • $950,000 – Heavy Vehicle Safety Productivity Program – Round 7 – Blackall-Tambo Regional Council – Blackall Saleyards Alternative Heavy Vehicle Route – Blackall-Tambo – September 29, 2020
  • $45,000 – Round 17 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Blackall-Tambo Regional Council – Tambo Dam Lights – Tambo-Blackall – Tambo – August 24, 2020
  • $808,346 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Blackall-Tambo Shire Council – May 22, 2020
  • $5000 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Blackall Bowls Club – Installation of AC – May 20, 2020
  • $2040 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Purchase of a rangehood (heating and exhaust fan) – Blackall Cultural Association – May 20, 2020
  • $18.9 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Blackall Tambo
  • $122,085 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Tambo Stock Show Inc -Improvements to the main pavilion at Tambo Racecourse Complex involving: cementing an undercover area, installation of skylights and a retractable wind break, and construction of a shade area. Also, construction of a horse arena, safety fence and event ring (suitable for horse events), including a 120m post-and-rail safety fence – Blackall/Tambo
  • $80,670 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Barcoo Pastoral Society – Extend the poultry pavilion and upgrade the electrical works at Blackall Showgrounds, construct a new yard and loading facilities in the cattle pavilion, purchase new weight scales for the wool pavilion and new tents for exhibition and trade stalls May 6, 2020
  • $109,358 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program (RAUP) – Blackall Tambo Regional Council – Blackall aerodrome safety fencing program – May 6, 2020
  • $7 million – Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) – Dawson Developmental Road, Springsure Tambo feeder road, Barcoo River timber bridge replacement – Blackall Tambo – April 28, 2020

Pre-2020

  • $8.11 million – Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $4.1 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $2.16 million -Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $720,000 – Barcoo Living Multi-Purpose Service Aged Care
  • $229,375 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program – Blackall
  • $60,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together Grant Program – Red Ridge – Dress the Central West
    Collaborative
  • $53,588 – Building Better Regions Fund – Community Investment Stream
  • Secured Blackall-Tambo Region in Northern Australia, enabling access to crucial funding under the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility
  • $20,000 – Regional Arts Fund – Vast Arts Inc – Curator and Gallery Management Development program – August 2018
  • $3000 – Regional Arts Fund – Kirstie Davison – Digital Media – April 2018
  • $3000 – Regional Arts Fund – Blackall Heartland Festival – Blackall Heartland Festival Paint Party – October 2017
  • $14,330 – Tackling Tough Times Together Grant program – Qld Fire and Emergency Services, Tambo, Vehicle Canopy Upgrade, Blackall Tambo
  • $32,600 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Better in Blackall Inc – Better in Blackall Festival
  • $8615 – Tackling Tough Times Together – The Isisford Industry and Recreation Devt Assn Inc – Tambo, Finding the Barcoo Way signage.
  • $7500 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Blackall Cultural Assn Inc –Blackall – Preserving our Paper Heritage.
  • $11,143 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Augathella and District Progress Association Inc, Cunnamulla, Charleville, Tambo and Blackall – Job workshops in conjunction with Paroo, Murweh and Blackall/Tambo Regional Councils, September 16, 2019
  • $20,000 – Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Red Ridge Interior Qld – new public amenities for Blackall’s Lost Art Community Craft Centre – November 12, 2019
  • $20,000 – Communities Environment Program – Blackall Tambo Regional Council – control mother of millions weeds over 220ha – December 2019
  • $800,000 – Roads to Recovery Program – December 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension, Dec 2019
  • Federal Infrastructure Package – Of the $100 million committed to the Townsville to Roma corridor, $40 million has been allocated to upgrade the road between Springsure and Tambo. Nov 2019
  • $18.9 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Blackall Tambo

BULLOO SHIRE

2020

  • $408,954 – Regional and Remote Communities Reliability Fund Microgrids – Round 1 – Ergon Energy Isolated Systems Diesel Off Microgrid Feasibility Study- assess opportunities to enable communities in Birdsville and Windorah to reduce their dependence on diesel generation – Bulloo – June 10, 2020
  • $424,460 – August 2020 Payment – Roads to Recovery Program – Bulloo Shire Council – Bulloo – August 27, 2020
  • $1,785,110 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Bulloo Shire Council – Build 4 new ground-level aged care units – June 1, 2020
  • $1.6 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Bulloo
  • $848,921 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Bulloo Shire Council

Pre-2020

  • $13.18 million – Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $4.7 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $1.6million -Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $232,967 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program-Thargomindah, Epsilon Station, Hungerford, Naryilco and Oriento’s Station
  • $105,000 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
  • $45,264 – National Landcare Program
  • $26,900 – Regional Arts Fund – Red Ridge Interior Qld Ltd, Inspiration in Isolation at the Channel Country Ladies Day art exhibition – Sept 2018 to October 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
    $848,000 – Roads to Recovery program – Dec 2019 (drought)
  • $1.6 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Bulloo

DIAMANTINA SHIRE

2020

  • $2,791,352 – Betterment Program – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstance package – Diamantina Shire Council – Birdsville/Simpson Desert National Park road (Big Red Road) stabilisation and sealing works – July 6, 2020
  • $408,954 – Regional and Remote Communities Reliability Fund Microgrids – Joint Round 1 – Ergon Energy Isolated Systems Diesel Off Microgrid Feasibility Study- assess opportunities to enable communities in Birdsville and Windorah to reduce their dependence on diesel generation – June 10, 2020
  • $453,393 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Diamantina Shire Council – May 22, 2020
  • $3500 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Desert Rivers Development Board – Diamantina – $3500
  • $1 Million – DCPE – Diamantina Shire Council – Upgrades to ovals, parks and Bedourie Race Course – May 20, 2020
  • $177,000 – Round 7 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program (RAUP) – Diamantina Shire Council – Birdsville aerodrome crack seal and rejuvenation program – May 6, 2020
  • $2.8 million – Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstances – Diamantina Shire Council – Seal section of Birdsville-Simpson Desert National Park Road – March 2020
  • $12 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Diamantina

Pre-2020

  • $6.22 million – Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $2.8 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $2.5 million -Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $67,000 – Indigenous Language and Arts
  • $56,000 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
  • $49,000 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program- Birdsville
  • $43,200 – Building Better Regions Fund – Development Plan for Diamantina
  • $22,461- Stronger Communities Programme – Diamantina Shire Council, Birdsville Social Club
  • $4,500 – Volunteer Support Grant- Bedourie
  • $1,000 – NAIDOC Grants
  • $453,393 – Roads to Recovery program, Dec 2019
  • $20,000 – Local Schools Community Fund – Bedourie State School – Operation Oval Upgrade –
  • $12 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Diamantina
  • $2.8 million – Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstances – Seal section of Birdsville-Simpson Desert National Park Road.

GOONDIWINDI REGION

2020

  • $54,043 – Heavy Vehicle Safety Productivity Program – Round 7 – Goondiwindi Regional Council – Inglewood Industrial Estate – Goondiwindi – September 29, 2020
  • $8000 – Round 20 of the National Shed Development programme – Inglewood Mates Shed – shed improvements, disability ramp, wheelchair access – Inglewood – Goondiwindi – July 22, 2020
  • $589,523 – Building Better Regions Fund – Care Goondiwindi – Build a Disability Respite Care Facility consisting of 3 x 3 bedroom unit facility – June 1, 2020
  • $1,139,053 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Goondiwindi Regional Council, May 22, 2020
  • $50,000 – Small Farms Smart Grants – Dalby, Goondiwindi and St George cotton farmers to invest funding into sustainability practices – May 25, 2020
  • $47,024 – TTTT Round 16 – Goondiwindi Pastoral and Agricultural Society – Rubbish pick up equipment – $47,024 – May 21, 2020
  • $45,000 – TTTT Round 16 – Yelarbon Primary P&C – Reduce dust and dirt by greening fields and updating play space – May 21, 2020
  • $3300 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Texas Qld Inc. Group – Purchase of audio/recording equipment
  • $5000 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Macintyre Animal and Pet Rescue – Installation of AC
  • $550 – R4 Local Sporting Champions – 1 athlete – May 18, 2020
  • $124,999 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Goondiwindi Pastoral and Agricultural Society – Large-scale power and electrical infrastructure upgrade for the Goondiwindi Showgrounds – Goondiwindi – May 6, 2020
  • $20,000 – Communities Environment Program – Waggamba Landcare Group – reduce the feral pig population along a 150km stretch of the Macintyre River from Goondiwindi to Mungindi – Goondiwindi – April 28, 2020

Pre-2020

  • $12.14 million -Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $6.4 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $1.6 million – Regional Study Hubs Investment – Gateway to Training
  • $1 million -Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $500,000 – Betterment Fund – Joint Commonwealth-State Natural Disaster Relief
  • $50,000 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
  • $20,000 – Building Better Regions Fund -Discover Farming Festival
  • $17,275 – National Shed Development Programme – Texas & Inglewood Men’s Shed’s
  • $11,250 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program – Texas
  • $2,727 – Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grant
  • $150,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Qld Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network In – Goondiwindi – Thriving Women, Thriving Communities
  • $5300 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Inglewood and Dist Historical Society Inc – “The Golden Leaf” Information Panels, Inglewood
  • $4250 – Inland Rail Community Sponsorship and Donations Program – Inglewood State School P and C – Upgrade community facilities – Round one – Goondiwindi Regional Council. July 31, 2019
  • $6000 – National Shed Development Programme – Gundy Men’s Shed – upgrade power to shed – Goondiwindi – Nov 11, 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $1.1 Million – Roads to Recovery program – Dec 2019
  • $7750 – Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Inglewood Show Society – upgrade canteen and dining room at showgrounds including disabled access – Inglewood Dec 2019
  • $15, 400 – Local Schools Community Fund – St Mary’s School – Goondiwindi – PA System
  • $19,694 – Local Schools Community Fund – Goondiwindi State School – Reconciliation Garden

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LONGREACH SHIRE

2020

  • $4,200 – 2020 NAIDOC Week Grants – RAPAD Employment Services Queensland Pty Ltd – Operation NAIDOC Assist – Underwrite finacial costs of activities – Longreach – November 3, 2020
  • $550,770 – Heavy Vehicle Safety Productivity Program – Round 7 – Longreach Regional Council – Western Queensland Livestock Exchange (WQLX) Longreach – Longreach – September 29, 2020
  • $22,286.50 – Betterment Program – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstance package – Longreach Regional Council – Tocal road floodway – July 6
  • $3892 – Round 20 of the National Shed Development programme – Longreach Men’s Shed – tools and equipment – Longreach – Longreach – July 22, 2020
  • $25,210.76 – Public Interest News Gathering (PING) program – first tranche – Longreach Leader and Central Highlands Leader – Longreach – July 29, 2020
  • $264,041 – August 2020 Payment – Roads to Recovery Program – Longreach Regional Council – Longreach – August 27, 2020
  • $22,286.49 – Betterment Program – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstance package – Longreach Regional Council – Silsoe Road floodway – July 6
  • $719,548 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Longreach Regional Council – Build 8 paddocks at the saleyards – June 1, 2020
  • $1,196,175 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Longreach Regional Council – May 22, 2020
  • $57,392 – TTTT Round 16 – Longreach UCA Hall – Expand capacity of building through kitchen upgrade – May 21, 2020
  • $157,884 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Longreach Show Society Inc – Construct new toilet and shower facilities (seven toilets and six showers with separate disability access) at Longreach Showgrounds – Longreach – May 6, 2020
  • $6332 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program (RAUP) – Longreach Regional Council – Installation of Solar Taxi-Way Lights at Isisford Airstrip
  • $13,320 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program (RAUP) – Longreach Regional Council – Ilfracombe airstrip vermin proof fencing – May 6, 2020
  • $39.6 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Longreach

Pre-2020

    • $20 million – Community Development Grants Programme – Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame
    • $19.99 million – Northern Australia Roads Program – Landsborough Highway (Longreach to Winton)
    • $14.71 million -Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
    • $11.3 million – Community Development Grants Programme – Qantas Founders Museum
    • $4.8 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
    • $2.23 million -Dro
    • ught Communities Programme and Extension
    • $1.3 million – Advancing Renewables Program – Longreach Solar Farm
    • $153,000 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
    • $103,588 – Building Better Regions Fund -STEPS Group Australia & Topology
    • $37,500 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program- Isisford
    • $23,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Yaraka Sports and Progress, Topology
    • $20,000 – Stronger Communities Programme – Isisford Industry and Recreation Development
    • $8,432- Armistice Centenary Grant -Longreach State High School
    • Keeping our Borders Safe – $1.2 billion – Australia’s Jindalee Operational Radar Network at Longreach
    • Longreach’s Maranoa Electorate Office self-funded by the Hon David Littleproud MP- Open Tuesdays and Fridays.
    • $200,000 – Community Child Care Fund – Longreach and District Rural In Home Care Program – Sustainability Support Funding – Longreach – Longreach. – August 2, 2019
    • $200,000 – CCCF – Longreach and District Rural In Home Care : Northern Territory – Sustainability Support Funding – Longreach – Longreach. – August 2
    • $20,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Round 14 – Longreach – Light Up Longreach – Promote community cohesion and engagement – Longreach, October 2019
    • $217,475 – Regional Grant Opportunity Program – Longreach Printing Company Limited – Longreach – To purchase a content management system to improve digital infrastructure – Longreach October 2019
    • $1.1 Million – Roads to Recovery program – Dec 2019
    • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $15,500 – Local Schools Community Fund -Longreach State School – Agile Learning Environment
  • $15,000 – NDIS Boosting the Local Care Workforce Program – Transition Assistance Funding (TAF) – Longreach Home and Community Care Inc – Longreach – January 2020
  • $39.6 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Longreach

MARANOA REGION

2020

  • $10,000 – Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program – Roma RSL Sub-Branch – Construction of new permanent glass display cabinets to display uniforms and Vietnam war memorabilia – Maranoa – October 27, 2020
  • $10,000 – Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program – Roma RSL Sub-Branch – Roma Cenotaph precinct upgrade – Maranoa – October 27, 2020
  •  $264,576 – Bridges Renewal Program – Round 5 – Maranoa Regional Council – Muggins Lane Culvert – Maranoa – September 29, 2020
  •  $675,000 – Heavy Vehicle Safety Productivity Program – Round 7 – Maranoa Regional Council – Improved Connectivity Roma Saleyards Precinct–Primaries Road Loop Extension – Maranoa – September 29, 2020
  •  $157,500 – Heavy Vehicle Safety Productivity Program – Round 7 – Maranoa Regional Council – Heavy Vehicle Route Upgrade-Creek Street, Amby – Maranoa – September 29, 2020
  • $12,000 – Round 17 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Hodgson Soldiers Memorial Hall and Recreation Association Inc – Restumping of Hodgson Soldiers Memorial Hall – Maranoa – August 24, 2020
  • $956,537 – August 2020 Payment – Roads to Recovery Program – Maranoa Regional Council – Maranoa – August 27, 2020
  • $160,420 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Build a multi-purpose community facility for residents of Roughlie for workshops and social engagements – June 1, 2020
  • $15,000 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Roma Business Development Association – Create a strategic plan for the local economy – June 1, 2020
  • $2,576,007 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Maranoa Regional – May 22, 2020
  • $1500 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – St Vincent de Paul Roma – Purchase of a sewing tool – May 20, 2020
  • $550 – R4 Local Sporting Champions – 1 athlete – May 18, 2020
  • $405,000 – Round 2 – Communities Combatting Pest and Weed Impacts During Drought program – Maranoa Regional Council – immediate access to baiting products for drought-affected landholders – May 12, 2020
  • $1.1 million – Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) – APA Group (APA) – build a modular demonstration plant at Wallumbilla. The plant will produce around 620kg of hydrogen per year, which will be converted into 74 gigajoules of renewable methane – Maranoa – April 8, 2020
  • $124,360 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Mitchell Show Society Inc – Infrastructure upgrades to Mitchell Showgrounds consisting of painting and installation of security cameras in the pavilion, water upgrades including purchase and installation of a tank for water storage for the sprinkler system for main arena and troughs for cattle and sheep yards, and the purchase and installation of fencing.
  • $500,000 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Miles and District Show Society Incorporated – kitchen upgrades, installation of new grandstand seating, construction of toilet amenities, installation of lighting in the main arena and refurbishment of pathways for accessibility and safety – Maranoa – May 6, 2020
  • $164,646 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program (RAUP) – Chiconi Grazing Pty Ltd – Taylors Plains, north of Mungallala, all-weather upgrade benefitting 9 other remote stations – May 6, 2020
  • $1.3 million – Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) – Carnarvon Highway, Injune to Rolleston, Arcadia Valley junction intersection upgrade – Maranoa
  • $3.9 million – Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) – Carnarvon Highway, Roma to Injune – Orange High Safety treatments – Maranoa – April 28, 2020
  • $6.7 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Maranoa

Pre-2020

  • $34.24 million – Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $13.9 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committeduntil 2023/24)
  • $14.53 million -Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program –Canarvon Hwy, Pavement widening
  • $7.69 million – Building Better Regions Fund – Roma Saleyard Multi-Purpose Facility&Pinaroo Aged Care
  • $1 million -Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $500,000 – Smart Cities and Suburbs Program
  • $341,000 – Roads Blackspot Program
  • $225,000 – Rural and Regional Teaching Infrastructure Grants – Maranoa Medical Centre
  • $147,000 -Community Development Grants Programme – Roma Community Men’s Shed
  • $55,150 – Stronger Communities Programme – Eumamurrin Gun Club, Roma Aero Club and
    Yuleba Development Group, Roughlie Community Centre, Maranoa Basketball
  • $54,268 – Regional and Small Publishers CadetshipsProgram – Roma Western Star News
  • $15,500 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program – Injune
  • $10,689 – Tackling Tough Times Together Grant Program -Mugallala Progress and Sporting
  • $6,300 – Safer Communities Fund – Endeavour Foundation Roma
  • $3000 – Regional Arts Fund – Michele Frost – The Grande Carnivale Parade – October 2017
  • $5318 – Tackling Tough Times Together TTTT – Booringa Action Group Incorporated – Mitchell Visitor Information Centre Upgrade, Mitchell, Maranoa (R)
  • $199,467 – Community Child Care Fund (CCCF) – Mitchell EEC – Sustainability Support Funding – Mitchell – Maranoa. – August 2, 2019
  • $173,427 – CCCF – Surat ECEC – Sustainability Support Funding – Surat – Maranoa.
  • $88,000 – CCCF – Mitchell EEC – Community Support Funding – Mitchell – Maranoa
  • $10,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Round 14 – Maranoa – C17 Locomotive Restoration and Preservation, Boost tourism and stimulate local economy – Injune – October 2019
  • $33,000 – Destination Australia Program – Maranoa – Gallang Place Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation – provide scholarships to students who study at a regional university or vocational education provider -Roma – Oct 2019
  • $2,576,007 – Roads to Recovery Program – Dec 2019
  • $8410 – Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Yuleba and District Bowls Club – upgrade surface of bowling greens and introduce junior devt program – Yuleba – Dec 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $800 – Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants – QCWA Jackson branch – install an honour board at Jackson Hall to commemorate service men and women – Feb 19, 2020
  • $6.7 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Maranoa

MURWEH SHIRE

2020

  • $672,852 – August 2020 Payment – Roads to Recovery Program – Murweh Shire Council – Murweh – August 27, 2020
  • $2000 -Batch 4 Veteran and Community Grants – RSLA (Qld Branch) Charleville Sub-branch – purchase defibrillators – June 29, 2020
  • $1,216,089 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Murweh Shire Council – May 22, 2020
  • $3700 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Charleville Girl Guides – Purchase of Office, kitchen and maintenance equipment – May 20, 2020
  • $150,000 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program (RAUP)- – Murweh Shire Council – Augathella airstrip upgrade to include 300 metre runway extension – May 6, 2020
  • $7.7 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Murweh

Pre-2020

  • $13.84 million -Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $7.2 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $4.18 million – Building Better Regions Fund -Morven Livestock Rail Hub
  • $2.2 million -Purpose-built medical training facility in Charleville – Southern Queensland Rural
    Health and the University of Queensland.
  • $2.1 million -Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $665,000 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
  • $391,270 – Safer Communities Fund- Charleville CCTV installation &Charleville State High School
  • $73,588 – Building Better Regions Fund -STEPS Group Australia & Charleville Airfield and WWII Museum
  • $27,134 – Regional and Small Publishers CadetshipsProgramme – The Western Times
  • $23,500 – Remote Airstrip UpgradeProgram – Morven
  • $20,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together Grant – Charleville Airfield and WWII Museum
  • $11,205 – Armistice Centenary Grant – Charleville RSL Sub Branch
  • $9,900 – Tackling Tough Times TogetherGrant Program -Charleville Show 2019
  • $7,640 – National Shed Development Programme – Augathella Men’s Shed
  • $2,500 -Stronger Communities Programme – Charleville Hospital Auxiliary
  • $88,000 – Community Child Care Fund (CCCF) – Charleville Early Learning Centre – Community Support Funding – Charleville, Murweh – August 2, 2019
  • $3000 – Saluting Their Service Community Commemorative Grants – Charleville Airfield and WWII Museum Ltd – Supply and install cabinets –Charleville – Murweh. – August 5, 2019
  • $3000 – Saluting Their Service Community Commemorative Grants – Charleville and District Community Support Assn – Install a Ghost Sculpture at RSL – Charleville – Murweh.
  • $11,143 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Augathella and District Progress Association Inc, Cunnamulla, Charleville, Tambo and Blackall – Job workshops in conjunction with Paroo, Murweh and Blackall/Tambo Regional Councils, September 16, 2019
  • Roads to Recovery Program – Murweh Shire Council – Adavale Road – $125,000
    Roads to Recovery Program – Murweh Shire Council – Bollon road – $375,000
    Roads to Recovery Program – Murweh Shire Council – Killarney Road – $475,000 – October 2019
  • $1,216,089 – Roads to Recovery program – Dec 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension, Dec 2019
  • $7.7 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Murweh

PAROO SHIRE

2020

  • $10,000 – Public Interest News Gathering (PING) program – 4th tranche – Warrego Watchman – South West Newspaper Co (formerly the Warrego Watchman) – Cunnamulla – Paroo – August 11, 2020
  • $973,400 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Paroo Shire Council – May 22, 2020
  • $480,000 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Cunnamulla & District Show Society Inc – Construct a multi-purpose function centre including bar fit-out and cold room at Cunnamulla Showgrounds – Paroo – May 6, 2020
  • $8.4 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Paroo (correct as at March 16, 2020)

Pre-2020

  • $10.7 million -Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $5.1 million – Roads to Recovery Program (delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $2.5 million – Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $500,000 – Safer Communities Fund – Paroo Shire Council – CCTV and Solar Lighting
  • $390,000 – Bridges Renewal Programto upgrade local bridges
  • $309,750 – Building Better Regions Fund – Cunnamulla All Aboard!
  • $74,459- National Landcare Program
  • $29,000 – Remote Airstrip UpgradeProgram – Eulo
  • $20,000 – Stronger Communities Programme -Noorama Picnic Races Club
  • $9,205 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
  • $500,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Paroo Shire Council –Cunnamulla Artesian Hot Springs
  • $500,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Paroo Shire Council – Cunnamulla – Warrego River Walk, construction of boardwalk and viewing platforms, March 2019
  • $710,000 – Murray Darling Basin Sustainability Projects – Cunnamulla Aboriginal Corp – Chronic disease and wellbeing centre, March 2019
  • $17,939.95 – Veteran and Community Grants – Paroo Progress Association Inc – Upgrade kitchen facilities etc to assist with social and learning activities for Veterans etc. – August 2019
  • $11,143 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Augathella and District Progress Association Inc, Cunnamulla, Charleville, Tambo and Blackall – Job workshops in conjunction with Paroo, Murweh and Blackall/Tambo Regional Councils, September 16, 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $10,000 – Communities Environment Program – Upper Paroo Sustainable Production Group – trapping workshop, purchase and construction of materials to assist with trapping and baiting foxes, wild dogs and pigs etc, and recording of data into data bases
  • $973,400 – Roads to Recovery Program Dec 2019
  • $767,765 – Capital Grants Program – Cunnamulla Sacred Heart Primary School – new library, learning support, covered lunch area and student amenities – Cunnamulla
  • $1,409 – Local Schools Community Fund – Cunnamulla P-12 State School – Respectful, Responsible, Learning and Safe Student Areas – Dec 2019
  • $13,701.89 – Veteran and Community Grants program – Batch 1 – Paroo Progress Association – build an access ramp and disabled toilet for safety and ease of access to members – Dec 19.
  • $8.4 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Paroo (correct as at March 16, 2020)

QUILPIE SHIRE

2020

  • $707,763 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Quilpie Shire Council – Build a multipurpose facility for the residents of Gyrica Gardens – June 1, 2020
  • $891,657 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Quilpie Shire Council – May 22, 2020
  • $54,000 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program (RAUP) – Quilpie Shire Council -Animal exclusion fencing of the Adavale airstrip –May 6, 2020
  • $31,466 – Tackling Tough Times Together Round 16 – Quilpie Cultural Society – Purchase of resources to enhance art workshops – Mar 21, 2020
  • $4600 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Quilpie Sporting Clays Club – Purchase a ride on lawn mower
  • $7.1 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Quilpie
  • $5000 – NDIS Boosting the Local Care Workforce Program – Transition Assistance Funding (TAF) – Ms Susan Letitia Parker – Adavale – Quilpie – January, 2020

Pre-2020

  • $9.91 million – Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $6.3 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $3.62 million – Building Better Regions Fund – Eromanga Natural History Museum
  • $2.5 million -Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $252,500 – Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program- Quilpie and Durham Downs
  • $77,573 – Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grant
  • $20,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Outback Gondwana Foundation
  • $7,500 – Stronger Communities Programme -C&K Mulga Mates Centre
  • $93,238 – Indigenous Advancement Strategy – Qld South Native Title Services on behalf of Boonthamurra Native Title Aboriginal Corporation (BNTAC) – for capacity building and economic development. – April 2019
  • $2670 – Saluting Their Service Community Commemorative Grants – Alaric Outback Retreat Inc – Supply and install display cabinets – Quilpie – Quilpie. – August 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
    $891,657 – Roads to Recovery – Dec 2019
  • $7.1 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Quilpie

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SOUTH BURNETT REGION

2020

  • $5,000 – Energy Efficient Communities Program – B.A Tessmann & G.P Tessmann – Energy Efficient Milk Harvesting Upgrade – Coolabunia – South Burnett – November 2, 2020
  • $10,940 – Energy Efficient Communities Program – Kj & As Dagan – Energy Efficient Milk Cooling Upgrade – Maidenwell – South Burnett – November 2, 2020
  •  $10,000 – Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program – Taabinga State School – Upgrade existing memorial area in school grounds and restore monument – South Burnett – October 27, 2020
  • $30,000 – Bridges Renewal Program – Round 5 – South Burnett Regional Council – P K.T. Peters Bridge – South Burnett – September 29, 2020
  • $12,500 – Energy Efficient Communities Program – Community Energy Efficiency and Solar Grants – Yarraman and District Men’s Shed Inc – energy saving project – South Burnett – August 6, 2020
  • $2425 – Building Support in Excellence and Training (BEST) – RSL Qld Blackbutt Sub-Branch – Blackbutt – June 29, 2020
  • $1173.06 – Building Support in Excellence and Training (BEST) – Returned Services League of Australia (Qld branch) Nanango Sub-Branch – compensation and welfare assistance for veteran communities – Nanango – June 29, 2020
  • $54,511 – Batch 4 Veteran and Community Grants – RSLA (Qld Branch) Nanango Sub-branch – upgrade kitchen facilities at RSL – June 29, 2020
  • $550 – 2019-20 Round 4 Local Sporting Champions – 1 athlete at Nanango – June 2, 2020
  • $4,500,000 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Upgrades to Kingaroy CBD – June 1, 2020
  • $1,644,465 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – South Burnett Regional Council – May 22, 2020
  • $58,300 – TTTT Round 16 – Kingaroy BaconFest – Increase capacity of Festival Committee and infrastructure for event delivery – May 21, 2020
  • $59,757 – TTTT Round 16 – South Burnett Woodcrafters to fit out new South Burnett Woodcrafters building – May 21, 2020
  • $1240 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Taabinga State School P&C – Buy kitchen equipment – May 20, 2020
  • $5000 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – The South Burnett Pantry – Fuel reimbursement for its volunteers – May 20, 2020
  • $1100 – Local Sporting Champions – 2 athletes – May 18, 2020
  • $5000 – Communities Environment Program – Saint Mary’s Catholic College – Implement school waste diversion program – Kingaroy – South Burnett – April 28, 2020

Pre-2020

  • $13.72 million -Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $9.8 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $1.83 million – Indigenous Ranger Funding – Bunya Mountains Murri Rangers (shared Western Downs)
  • $1 million – Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $872,611 – Capital Grants for Non-Government Schools – Kingaroy St Mary’s Catholic
    College
  • $257,190 – Building Better Regions Fund – Blackbutt Aged Care Units, Kingaroy Bacon Fest, BonyeBu’re Cultural Gathering
  • $250,000 – Health Grant – Lady Bjelke Petersen Community Hospital Foundation
  • $203,000 – Indigenous Advancement Strategy to rebuild Nanango Netball Courts
  • $146,284 – Community Sport Infrastructure Grant – Kumbia Community Tennis
  • $87,008 – Veteran and Community Grants – Blackbutt, Nanango & Kingaroy RSL Sub Branch’s
  • $80,000 -Safe City Program- CCTVin Nanango
  • $47, 548 – Stronger Communities Programme – South Burnett Pantry, SB Care, & Nanango Little Athletics
  • $19,553 – Building Excellence in Support and Training Grants – Kingaroy & Blackbutt RSL Sub Branch’s
  • $19,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together Grant Program – South Burnett Community Orchestra
  • $18,405 – National Shed Development Programme – Kingaroy & Nanango Men’s Shed’s
  • $7,548 – Safer Communities Fund – Nanango RSL Sub Branch
  • $2,700 – NAIDOC Grants
  • $2,496 – Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program – Nanango
  • Secured a new postcode for the Blackbutt region
  • $2996 – Regional Arts Fund – South Burnett Regional Council – Murgon Mural Mentorship Project – May 2018
  • $2895 – Regional Arts Fund – Olivia Everitt – Murgon Mural Project – July 2017
  • $2175 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Stanthorpe and District Men’s ShedInc – Stanthorpe Community Suicide Prevention Strategy.
  • $19,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together – South Burnett Woodcrafters Inc – Kingaroy – Kingaroy Woodworkers all-purpose community workshop and facility.
  • $68,522 – Community Child Care Fund – Little Peanuts Early Learning Centre – Community Support Funding – Kingaroy, South Burnett. – August 2, 2019
  • Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST) – Round 21 – Blackbutt RSL sub branch – $2500 – October 8, 2019
  • Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST) – Round 21 – Yarraman RSL sub branch, $2750
  • $71,740 – Regional Grant Opportunity Program – South Burnett – Australian Cybermalls Pty Ltd – To upgrade its current website and expand coverage to include real estate, business and tourism sections – Kingaroy October 2019
  • $33,000 – Destination Australia Program –Qld Rural Medical Education – provide scholarships to students who study at a regional university or vocational education provider – Kingaroy
  • $5000 – National Shed Development Programme – Nanango Men’s Shed – Shed improvements, electrical connections Nov 11, 2019
  • $6950 – National Shed Development Programme – Yarraman Men’s Shed – Health and well-being events
  • $5384 – National Shed Development Programme – Kingaroy Men’s Shed – shed improvements, lighting, hot water system etc –
  • $1.6 million – Roads to Recovery – Dec 2019
  • $1 million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $20,000 – Local Schools Community Fund – Taabinga State School – Laying Artificial turf in prep area – Dec 2019
  • $5000 – Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Nanango RSL Sub Branch, to install IT equipment at Taras Hall – South Burnett – Feb 7

SOUTHERN DOWNS REGION

2020

  • $1,000 – 2020 NAIDOC Week Grants – The School of Total Education – Connecting Through Country, Culture and Community – Warwick – Southern Downs – November 3, 2020
  • $20,000 – Energy Efficient Communities Program – Andrew Mcconnell – Heat Recovery from Cooling Milk to Preheat Hot Water – Clintonvale – Southern Downs – November 2, 2020
  •  $20,000 – Energy Efficient Communities Program – Christensen Phillip A & Karen L – Efficient Energy Cooling and Heat Recovery Transfer – Freestone – Southern Downs – November 2, 2020
  •  $20,000 – Energy Efficient Communities Program – A.J Mullins & C.M Mullins – Energy Efficient Water Heating Upgrade – Berat – Southern Downs – November 2, 2020
  •  $231,825 – Bridges Renewal Program – Round 5 – Southern Downs Regional Council – Connolly Dam Road, Silverwood – Southern Downs – September 29, 2020
  •  $532,500 – Bridges Renewal Program – Round 5 – Southern Downs Regional Council – Homestead Road, Rosenthal Heights – Southern Downs – September 29, 2020
  •  $610,000 – Heavy Vehicle Safety Productivity Program – Round 7 – Southern Downs Regional Council – Curtin Road, Lyra and Ballandean – Southern Downs – September 29, 2020
  •  $30,000 – Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants – Southern Downs Regional Council – Stanthorpe Street Party – Southern Downs – September 18, 2020
  •  $20,000 – Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery Grants – Southern Downs Regional Council –  Recovery and Resilience through Public Art – Southern Downs – September 18, 2020
  • $8764 – Round 20 of the National Shed Development programme – Leyburn and District Men’s Shed – 40 foot hi top container and tools/equipment – Leyburn – Southern Downs – July 22, 2020
  • $2964 – Round 20 of the National Shed Development programme – Allora Men’s Shed – tools and equipment – Allora – Southern Downs – July 22, 2020
  • $99,582.72 – Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund – OurNews Pty Ltd (Clifton Courier, Allora Advertiser, On Our Selection News, Oakey Champion) – to develop a news website, digital training, and purchase hardware – Southern Downs, Toowoomba Regional Council – August 4, 2020
  • $20,000 – Round 17 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Granite Belt Art and Craft Trail Inc – Granite Belt Art and Craft Trail Open Studios Event 2020 – Stanthorpe – Southern Downs – August 24, 2020
  • $582,350 – August 2020 Payment – Roads to Recovery Program – Southern Downs Regional Council – Southern Downs – August 27, 2020
  • $600,000 over 2 years – Community Development Program – jointly funded Commonwealth/State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements – Category C Community Recovery Fund – funding to employ a Community Development Officer – June 25, 2020
  • $654,807 – Regional and Remote Communities Reliability Fund Microgrids program – Joint Round 1 – Queensland Farmers’ Federation (QFF) – Joint program: Irrigators in Stanthorpe & St George may benefit from more secure, affordable and reliable energy through this investment to support feasibility studies into microgrids – Southern Downs, June 10, 2020
  • $319,035 – Regional Airports Program – Warwick and Stanthorpe aerodromes – vital upgrades – Southern Downs – June 15, 2020
  • $150,850 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Stanthorpe Netball Association – Build 4 multi-purpose courts – June 1, 2020
  • $41,037 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Southern Downs Regional Council – Deliver 2 projects: an events plan and a youth event – June 1, 2020
  • $1,577,341 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Southern Downs Regional Council – May 22, 2020
  • $5436 – 2019-20 Veteran and Community Grants Batch 3 – Southern Downs Ex-Service Assn to construct a fire safety exit door
  • $15, 560 2019/20 Volunteer Grant:
  • $5000 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Stanthorpe Carlton United Football Club – Training volunteers in coaching practices – May 20, 2020
  • $1480 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Killarney Historical Society – Purchase office chairs – May 20, 2020
  • $4580 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Killarney Show and Rodeo – Buy a marquee – May 20, 2020
  • $4500 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Warwick Cowboys Rugby League Football Club – Training for volunteers – first aid, safety officers, RSA
  • $3600 – R4 Local Sporting Champions – 6 athletes – May 18, 2020
  • $340,495 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program –Allora Show Society Inc – construct an all-weather all-purpose covered arena, including seating, at the Allora Show Grounds – Southern Downs
  • $480,000 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Stanthorpe Agricultural Society – Construct a mezzanine floor in the Stanthorpe Showground exhibition centre – Southern Downs
  • $434,020 – Round 2 – Communities Combatting Pest and Weed Impacts During Drought program – Southern Downs Regional Council –electrical exclusion fencing to control wild dogs – May 12, 2020
  • $124,960 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program -Allora Show Society Incorporated – Renovate and upgrade the Allora Showgrounds canteen and bar – Southern Downs – May 6, 2020

Pre-2020

  • $13.27 million -Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $11.63 million – National Highway Upgrade Programme – New England Highway
  • $9.7 million – Enhanced Gap Crossing Capability (Defence) – Wallangarra
  • $8.7 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $5.2 million – Aged Care Approvals – Killarney Memorial Aged Care upgrades
  • $5.1 million -Building Better Regions Fund – John Dee Warwick, Southern Downs Regional Council, Granite Belt Wine & Tourism,
  • $1.49 million – Bridges Renewal Program to upgrade local bridges
  • $1 million -Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $900,000 – Betterment Fund – Joint Commonwealth-State Natural Disaster Relief
  • $396,000 – Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme
  • $70,000 – National Partnership Agreement on Natural Disaster Resilience
  • $58,030 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Killarney Show and Rodeo Society
  • $55,475 – Stronger Communities Programme – Warwick Polocrosse Club, Stanthorpe
    Chamber of Commerce, Granite Belt Support Services, Warwick Art Gallery, Warwick & District Netball
  • $48,199 – Community Sport Infrastructure Grant – Freestone Tennis Court upgrade
  • $24,900 – Armistice Centenary Grant- Warwick RSL Sub Branch and Amiens History
    Association
  • $10,479 – Saluting their Service – Wallangarra, Amiens, Stanthorpe
  • $6,000 – National Shed Development Programme – Warwick Men’s Shed
  • $3,014 – Veterans Grants -Warwick RSL
  • $3000 – Regional Arts Fund – Warwick Art Gallery – Art exhibition –April 2019
  • $1500 – Regional Arts Fund – Stanthorpe Concert Band – Music library.- October 2018
  • $326,150 – Bridges Renewal Program Round 4 – Bourkes Road Timber Bridge Upgrade Upgrade of existing timber bridge on Bourke Road, Elbow Valley – April 2019
  • $301,400 – Bridges Renewal Program Round 4 – Upper Forest Springs Road Bridge Upgrade Upgrade of existing bridge on Upper Forest Springs Road, Forest Springs – April 2019
  • $7,000 – Community Sport Infrastructure Grants – Artworks Granite Belt – Stanthorpe – Resurface Pickleball court –
  • $64,384 – Community Sport Infrastructure Grants – Chinchilla Squash Club Inc.- Clubhouse Extension
  • $5 Million – Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) initiative – Emu Swamp Dam road infrastructure – June 2019
  • $10,000 – TTTT – Freestone Memorial Hall Association Inc – Freestone Friday Friendlies Freestone – Southern Downs (R) – July 2019
  • $99,500 – Smart Farms Small Grants Program – Condamine Headwaters Landcare Group (CHLG) – Southern Downs – July 30,2019
  • $20,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Round 14 – Southern Downs – Weroona Park Wine and Food Fiesta Kids Zone – Reduce volunteer fatigue and create capacity – Stanthorpe – October 2019
  • $99,000 – Destination Australia Program – Qld Rural Medical Education – provide scholarships to students who study at a regional university or vocational education provider – Warwick and Stanthorpe – Oct 2019
  • $5000 – National Shed Development Programme – Allora Men’s Shed Inc – Shed improvements, lay concrete slab, kitchenette – Nov 11, 2019
  • $3392 – National Shed Development Programme – Warwick Men’s Shed – Health and well-being events
  • $6545- Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Warwick and District Rugby Union Club – Extend roof of clubhouse – Southern Downs – Nov 12, 2109
  • $10,000 – Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Warwick Redbacks AFC – undertake upgrade of carpark at the grounds for all users – Southern Downs –
  • $20,000 – Communities Environment Program – Southern Downs Regional Council – Feral Deer Control on the Granite Belt – Southern Downs – December 2019
  • $1.5 million – Roads to Recovery Program –
  • $3935 – Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – St Vincent de Paul Society, Upgrade communal kitchen at Warwick crisis accommodation hostel – Warwick – Southern Downs – December 4, 2019
  • $1 million – Drought Communities Programme Extension
  • $5 Million – Capital Grants Program – Warwick’s St Mary’s School – 8 new general learning areas, new prep areas, an admin block and multipurpose area – Warwick – Southern Downs –
  • $16,455 – Local Schools Community Fund – Allora P-10 State School -Library Air-conditioning
  • $14,000 – Local Schools Community Fund – Glennie Heights State School – School Oval Community Access – Dec 2019
  • National Bushfire Recovery Agency – Southern Downs Regional Council – rebuild vital infrastructure and strengthen community resilience, Stanthorpe – $1 Million – January 10, 2020
  • Communities Environment Programme – Condamine Headwaters Landcare Group Inc – run on-farm demonstrations in Natural Sequence Farming to address waterways management, erosion and other environmental issues – Southern Downs – $20,000 – January 16, 2020
  • $5250 – Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Seventh Day Adventist Church, to build a lockable shed and keep assets safe and secure for Warwick Community Van – Southern Downs – Feb 7
  • $300,000 – National Bushfire Recovery Agency – Tier 2 funding – Southern Downs Regional Council – Feb 13, 2020
  • $2800 – Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants – Warwick Christian College – Construct a memorial garden consisting of a plaque and flagpoles – Southern Downs Feb 19 – 2020

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TOOWOOMBA REGION
(Maranoa and Groom Electorates)

2020

  • $5,800 – Energy Efficient Communities Program – Ian Mowat – Energy Efficient Water Heating Upgrade – Yarraman – Toowoomba – November 2, 2020
  • $20,000 – Energy Efficient Communities Program – B.C Motley & C.A Motley & K.L Motley & N.D Motley – Energy Efficient Milk Harvesting Upgrade – Crows Nest – Toowoomba – November 2, 2020
  • $42,750 -Flexible Funding grants – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA)- Toowoomba Regional Council – for- fire trails at Crows Nest and Millmerran West – July 23, 2020
  • $8967 – Energy Efficient Communities Program – Community Energy Efficiency and Solar Grants – Millmerran Mens Shed – energy saving project – Toowoomba Regional Council – August 6, 2020
  • $1975 – Building Support in Excellence and Training (BEST) – RSL Qld Yarraman Sub-Branch Inc – Yarraman – June 29
  • $20,000 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Clifton and Districts Chamber of Commerce – Develop a tourism and events strategy – June 1, 2020
  • $25,750 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Yarraman Business Group – Create a free festival at the finish of the Brisbane Valley Festival of Cycling – June 1, 2020
  • $16,300 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Australian Camp Oven Festival – Deliver the first Camp Oven Dinner Under the Stars – June 1, 2020
  • $4,092,300 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Toowoomba Regional Council – May 22, 2020
  • $1800 – Clifton Landcare Group – Fuel reimbursement for its members travelling to butterfly conservation site – May 20, 2020
  • $124,610.65 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Crow’s Nest Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Society Inc.- Engage an artist to create promotional artwork on Pavilion exteriors at the Crow’s Nest Showgrounds, carry out upgrade works to the Showground meeting room to meet disability access standards, upgrade toilet and shower block including energy-saving modifications, and construct all-weather access paths and purchase portable poultry cages.
  • $1650 –R4 Local Sporting Champions – 3 athletes – May 18, 2020
  • $430,215 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program- Cooyar Agricultural Society Inc. -Construct a new multipurpose facility at the Cooyar Showgrounds including a new toilet and shower amenities, a kitchen facility, storage areas and an administration office – Toowoomba – May 6, 2020
  • $156,889.88 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Crow’s Nest Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Society Inc. – Construct an all-abilities ablutions block including laundry, parents room, gas hot water system, rain water tank and all weather wheelchair access paths to modern accessibility standards, at the Crow’s Nest Showgrounds.
  • $100,000 – Manufacturing Modernisation Fund – Willow Spring Packaging – upgrade machinery and boost production – Nobby – Toowoomba – April 29, 2020

Pre-2020

  • $27.4 million – Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $17.4 million – Roads to Recovery Program (delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $4.6 million – Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program
  • $2.27 million- Community Development Grants Programme
  • $1.06 million – Bridges Renewal Program to upgrade local bridges
  • $1 million -Drought Communities Programme and Extension
  • $34,900 – Building Better Regions Fund – Crows Nest and Hampton Micro Region Project, andMillmerran and District Tourism and Events Strategy
  • $24,050 – National Landcare Program
  • $17,500 – Stronger Communities Programme – Millmerran Men’s Shed
  • $70,000 – Community Child Care Fund – Little Tackers Childcare Centre – Community Support Funding – Millmerran – Toowoomba Regional. – August 2, 2019
  • $3000 – Saluting Their Service Community Commemorative Grants -Crows Nest Historical Society – Install Cabinets to display artefacts – Crows Nest – Toowoomba Regional. – August 5, 2019
  • $2325 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Round 14 – Toowoomba RC – Millmerran Christmas Carols – Facilitate and promote social inclusion and wellbeing – Millmerran – Oct 2019
  • $10,000 – Communities Environment Program – Crow’s Nest State School P to 10– Whole of school waste diversion program – Toowoomba Regional Council – Nov 5 – 2019
  • $1579 – National Shed Development Programme – Millmerran Men’s Shed – Tools and equipment, Toowoomba Regional – Nov 11, 2019
  • $20,000 – Council for Australian-Arab Relations- Department of Agriculture and Fisheries – Future Vegetable production, collaborating to learn from the arid environments – Toowoomba – Nov 12, 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $4 Million – Roads to Recovery program – Dec 2019 (Drought)
  • $2589 – Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants – Clifton and District Historical Society Inc – build cabinets to display local military memorabilia at Clifton Historical Society Museum – Toowoomba, Feb 19

WESTERN DOWNS REGION

2020

  • $6,802 – Energy Efficient Communities Program – Peter C Proposch – Energy Efficient Milk Cooling Upgrade – Moola – Western Downs – November 2, 2020
  • $1,818,487 – Bridges Renewal Program – Round 5 – Western Downs Regional Council – Bundi Road Wandoan Creek Bridge Ch1.3km Replacement – Western Downs – September 29, 2020
  • $1,000,000 – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Western Downs Regional Council – Regional Gravel Resheeting for Unsealed Rural Road Network – Western Downs – September 9, 2020
  • $19,999 – Round 17 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Warra Progress and Heritage Society Inc – Former Haystack School Building (1910-1968) Repair and Repaint Project – Warra – Western Downs – August 24, 2020
  • $60,000 – Round 17 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Chinchilla Race Club Inc – Public Facility Shade Enhancement Project – Chinchilla – Western Downs – August 24, 2020
  • $54,721 – Round 17 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Moonie Sports Club Inc  – Tim Brown Multipurpose Pavilion – Moonie – Western Downs – August 24, 2020
  • $635,660 – Roads to Recovery Program – Western Downs Regional Council – Western Downs – August 27, 2020
  • $77,712 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Chinchilla Family Support Centre – Construct three additional offices for use by the Chinchilla Community Centre, visiting services and community groups – June 1, 2020
  • $7,056,500 – Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Western Downs Regional Council – Upgrade the existing 2-story Dalby Cultural Centre – June 1, 2020
  • $3,465,660 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Western Downs Regional Council – May 22, 2020
  • $50,000 – Small Farms Smart Grants – Dalby, Goondiwindi and St George cotton farmers to invest funding into sustainability practices – May 25, 2020
  • $2000 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Installation of shade structures for Chinchilla Agricultural and Pastoral Association – May 20, 2020
  • $2900 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Pioneer Park Association Dalby – Purchase kitchen utensils and equipment.
  • $2750 – R4 Local Sporting Champions 5 athletes – May 18, 2020
  • $395,200 – Round 2 – Communities Combatting Pest and Weed Impacts During Drought program – Western Downs Regional Council – coordinate trapping, baiting and aerial shooting of feral pigs and wild dogs – May 12, 2020
  • $65,000 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Bell Show Society Inc -Provide permanent facilities for livestock holding and upgrade display facilities in the pavilion at the Bell Recreational Reserve – Western Downs – May 6, 2020
  • $124,000 – Regional Agricultural Show Development Grants Program – Wandoan Show Society Incorporated – Install insulated ceiling and windows to the Willacy pavilion at the Wandoan War Memorial Racing and Recreational Reserve, and erect a skillion style roof extension to the Juandah pavilion, including concrete base and replace 5km of broken front fencing – Western Downs
  • $100,000 – Manufacturing Modernisation Fund – Chinchilla-based business RiE – help boost its ability to test equipment in the coal seam gas and energy sectors – Chinchilla – April 29, 2020
  • $900,000 – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Western Downs

Pre-2020

  • $34.03 million -Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $20 million – Advancing Renewables Program – Darling Downs Solar Project
  • $19.2 million – Roads to Recovery Program(delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $2.19 million – Capital Grants Program for Non-government Schools – Chinchilla St
    Joseph’s, Chinchilla Christian College and Dalby Christian College
  • $1.9 million – Betterment Fund – Joint Commonwealth-State Natural Disaster Relief
  • $1.83 million – Indigenous Ranger Funding – Bunya Mountains Murri Rangers (shared South Burnett)
  • $327,710 – Building Better Regions Fund – Western Downs Food and Fibre Festival, Dalby on the
    Catwalk Project and Fishing for our Region’s Future (Condamine), Brisbane Broncos Leadership Summit, Tara Festival, Dalby Welcoming Community, Tara Futures Group
  • $300,000 – Rural General Practice Grant – Jandowae Medical Practice
  • $250,000 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
  • $123,000 – Indigenous Australians’ Health Programme – Goondir Aboriginal andTorres Strait
    Islanders Corporation for infrastructure
  • $108, 536 – Regional and Small Publishers Cadetships Program – Chinchilla Newspapers, Dalby Newspapers
  • $45,260 – Fostering Integration Grants – Dalby Welcoming Community
  • $23,522 – National Landcare Program – Condamine
  • $18,500 – Stronger Communities Programme – Condamine Cods Rugby, Zonta Club of Dalby, Dalby & District Show Society
  • $4,575 -National Shed Development Programme- Jandowae
  • $3,500 – Armistice Centenary Grant – Jandowae RSL Sub Branch
  • $3000 – Regional Arts Fund – Wandoan State School Parents and Citizens Association – Wandoan Student Council Mosaic – December 2017
  • $5598 – Regional Arts Fund – Western Downs Regional Council – 2017 Western Downs Regional Artists’ Exhibition – Dalby – October 2017
  • $4759 – Tackling Tough Times Together TTTT – QCWA Branch Glenmorgan – Glenmorgan – Western Downs (R)
  • $20,000 – TTTT – Yamsion Recreational Grounds Association Inc, – Yamsion Hall Shed Yamsion, – Western Downs (R)
  • Roads to Recovery Program –– BoonargoInverai Road, Boonarga – $444,527
    Roads to Recovery Program –– Haystack Road, Brigalow – $475,000
    Roads to Recovery Program –– Knox Street, Dalby – $150,000
    Roads to Recovery Program –– Moreton Street, Dalby – $315,000
    Roads to Recovery Program –– Adcock St, Dalby – $125,000
    Roads to Recovery Program –– Curtis St, Dalby, – $400,000 – October 2019
  • $60,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Round 14 – Western Downs – Painting silos at Meandarra – Support local economy renewal and recovery – Meandarra – October 2019
  • $3972 – Saluting Their Service Commemorations Program – Western Downs – Queensland Police Citizens Youth Welfare Association – purchase and install three flagpoles at the Police Citizens Youth Club, Dalby October 2019
  • $33,000 – Destination Australia Program –Queensland Rural Medical Education – provide scholarships to students who study at a regional university or vocational education provider – Dalby Oct 2019
  • $3.4 million – Roads to Recovery
  • $10,000 – Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Kath Dickson Family Centre – upgrade and renovate Dalby Community Hall including disabled access – Dalby
  • $5420 – Stronger Communities Programme – Round 5 – Dalby Beck Street Kindergarten – install solar panels on roof of kindergarten – Dalby
  • $ 20,000 – Local Schools Community Fund – Dalby South State School – Prep Area Synthetic Grass Installation
  • $20,000 – Local Schools Community Fund – Hannaford State School – Sun Smart Undercover Assembly and Seating Area
  • $12,942 – Local Schools Community Fund – Meandarra State School – Classroom Technology Upgrade
  • $20,000 – Local Schools Community Fund – Mitchell State School – Construction of work space for Mitchell State School Ag block
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $17,250 – Festivals Australia Program – Dalby’s Delicious and DeLightful Festival – Workshops with indigenous and multicultural groups in lead up to performances at the festival – Dalby – January 24, 2020
  • $3000 – Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants – Bell RSL Sub-Branch Inc – purchase and install two cabinets to securely store and display memorabilia at Bell RSL Hall – Western Downs, Feb 19, 2020
  • $250,000 – Community Sport Infrastructure Grants – Jandowae and District Tennis Association Incorporated – Upgrading tennis courts at Jandowae, Chinchilla Squash Club Inc, extension of viewing area.
  • $900,000 – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments to Western Downs

WINTON SHIRE

2020

  • $265,000 – Heavy Vehicle Safety Productivity Program – Round 7 – Winton Shire Council – Winton – Kennedy Development Rd Rest Area Upgrade – Winton – September 29, 2020
  • $458,400 – Environmental Package – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstance package – Desert Channels Queensland – Winton Shire Council – Wokingham Ck on Sesbania property – July 6, 2020
  • $76,200 -Environmental Package – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstance package – Desert Channels Queensland – Winton Shire Council – O’Briens Creek 75km NW of Winton – July 6
  • $542,788.70 – Betterment Program – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstance package – Winton Shire Council – Cork Mail Road culverts and sealing works – July 6
  • $1,924,997.43 – Betterment Program – jointly funded under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstance package –Winton Shire Council -Diamantina River Rd realignment – July 6
  • $415,333 –Building Better Regions Fund Round 4 – Australian Age of Dinosaurs – Laboratory extensions and 24km water pipeline development – June 1, 2020
  • $1,066,785 – Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program – Winton Shire Council – May 22, 2020
  • $1300 – 2019-20 Volunteer Grant – Winton Golf Club – Purchase of a 30L water cooler
  • $136,000 – Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstances package – Winton Shire Council – Extend concrete floodways and stabilise and seal sections of Old Landsborough Highway – April 24, 2020
  • $196,000 – Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstances package – Winton Shire Council – Concrete crossings on Olio-Fairview Crossing
  • $3.1 million – Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstances – Department of Transport and Main Roads – Upgrade sections of Kennedy Development Road between Hughenden and Winton – March, 2020
  • $5.9 million – Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) exceptional circumstances – Department of Transport and Main Roads – Upgrade floodways along the Landsborough Highway between Mount Isa and Winton, March, 2020

Pre-2020

  • $10.99 million – Local Government Financial Assistance Grants (2017/18, 2018/19)
  • $8 million-Rebuild of Winton’s Waltzing Matilda Centre
  • $5 million – Roads to Recovery Program (delivered and committed until 2023/24)
  • $3.77 million- Northern Australia Beef Roads Program
  • $1.19 million – Drought Communities Programmeand Extension
  • $330,000 – Natural Disaster Resilience Program
  • $216,963 – Regional Development Australia Fund – Australian Age of the Dinosaurs facility
  • $160,870 – Community Sport Infrastructure Grant- St Patrick’s Catholic School
  • $99,923- Building Better Regions Fund -Strategic Tourism and Economic Development &STEPS Group Australia
  • $20,000 – Regional Arts Fund – Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival Inc. – Winton – June 2017
  • $30,000 – Regional Arts Fund – Outback Festival Inc. – Inaugural Annual Dance Affair: Western QLD Dances – Winton – May-September, 2017
  • $20,000 – Tackling Tough Times Together – Diamantina Rodeo Assn, Winton, Diamantina Rodeo, 2020.
  • $296,456 – Community Recovery Category C – FNQ and NQ Monsoon Trough Community Devt Officer Services, Winton Shire Council – recovery and resilience planning, July 2019
  • $1 Million – Drought Communities Programme Extension – Dec 2019
  • $1Million – Roads to Recovery program Drought extension – Dec 2019
  • $40.1 million – Emergency Management Australia (EMA) – 2018/19 and 2020 events – Disaster assistance payments – Winton